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Fiat G.80
The first true jet aircraft built in Italy (discounting the piston- engined Caproni-Campini N.1) was the prototype Fiat G.80, flown on a 1360-kg (3000-1b) thrust D.H. Goblin turbojet on December 10, 1951. After exhaustive flight development a batch of ten G.80-3B fighter/trainers were built in 1954 and delivered to the Aeronautica Militare Italiana. By this time the same basic tandem-seat or single-seat design had been developed into the G.82.
 


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